Friday, August 30, 2002

Here's another interesting blog (from J-log): Email from The Field In Search of Al Qaeda; dispatches from a PBS Frontline team en route to Afghanistan.

"There is a rule that most good journalists follow. It states that the simplest explanation for something is usually the correct one. Convoluted, conspiratorial, overly elaborate explanations are, on average, off the mark. Cloak and dagger intrigue is more often imagined than real. The trouble is that in a place like Peshawar it is often hard to decide which is the simplest explanation."


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